On this episode of THE COFFEE HOUSE:
Producer Mark Cohen
President Obama calls the Israeli-Palestinian relationship "unsustainable". But in light of the factionalism in the Palestinian camp and the election of a right-wing government in Israel, will Obama try -- and succeed in -- pressing the two sides to at last implement a two-state solutionWe speak with Nadia Hijab, senior fellow at the Institute for Palestine Studies.
Zionism was largely a cultural movement, not one dedicated to a separate nation-state, until Hitler and Holocaust. In his latest book, "Nazi Nexus: America's Corporate Connections to Hitler's Holocaust", Edwin Black explores the ideological and technological underpinnings of National Socialism, and turns up some familiar name brands -- Ford, GM, IBM and more.
Two art photographers were selected by homeless teens in Seattle to depict them and their milieu. We view the show at a Washington, DC gallery, with commentary by Washington Post art critic Blake Gopnik.
Weâve got poets Carolyn Joyner ("Red, White and Bleak") and Rei Berroa ("How to Manage Our Expulsion from Innocence") And a capella music by Reverb.